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if not second to the cal trans downtown extension and that's not on here and i guess because there's no one advocating for these types of projects on this body, on this committee, on the mayor's transportation task force. also i think we can do a better job of publicizing this. i can get my constituents and contribute in the discussion that's happening for these -- for these major projects. love for you to bring back to your committee the t-line as an additional -- a project added to the future funds. thank you. >> thank you. commissioner campos. >> thank you mr. chairman and i'll be brief. thank you for your work. the fact that we have a transportation task force is exciting and it's a wonderful thing that we're doing this. i'm looking at it from the perspective of how do we collectively come together to get something that is going to be successful if we take something to the ballot, some of the proposals you're talking about are proposals that we acquired. 2/3 of the san francisco voters so we want to get as many people on board as we can which is one of the reasons why i raised
, transportation, pedestrian safety, and, of course, the thousands of medical lives and a medi-cal and hospital patient lives that will be improved because of the commitments that sutter and cpmc have made par you'll pause and maybe ask how did he do it all? we'll also remembered as complicated as it was every persevered whether it was sideboard lou our community leaders argue housing advocates our people next door and in the tenderloin or the people who are health experts. they all worked closely together with the sutter leadership to form an agreement an agreement as complicated as that was as a high commitment that unsaturate had to make it was a great investment it was sensitive and strong. we have ever promise here this reflects all the values our city has put together and the process as complicated as it was it persevered. on behalf of everyone that's worked hard to get here. i want to thank again mark and warren and cpmc's leadership but everyone who sees the benefits into the future. in years to come you'll see a very good campus of mill professions serving us and take care of so many c
hardship that will wave my $8,000. it's not really the economic cal hardship that i'm trying to point to all of you out here. if i were in an economical hardship, which i am, it's mostly because of my disability. i obtained my masters degree and eligible to be a professor in a school. however, if i take that job, the system would cutoff all my benefits and i rely on a person to get me out of the bed every morning to give me a shower and to get me going with life assuming that life will be on my side that day. that's how i live my life very positively and very happy that i'm able to have a roof over my head and my mom is back there in puerto rico feeling safe that i'm there now. i guess i don't have to explain to you how people with disabilities so much likely that we will find a job and that employers will under that we are able to do our jobs and that we have our brains intact and despite that, it's very challenging because we have disabilities. it doesn't matter. at this point i'm living off 10 hours a week of work that i can luckily to do at home. paid at $14 an hour. i have to li
and the regional capacity of bart and cal tran and others and bicyclist and pedestrian safety. so with this to streets and the quality of the streets it's measured by something called pci which stands for pavement condition index. as you know we have bonds that are currently used to improve the condition of the streets and if -- those bonds funds will expire over the next year or so. the existing -- the average tci score, that is optimal or in fair condition has a rating of 70. in ten years unless additional money is found for street repaving, our pci score will go down to a level of 56 and as you can tell on this chart 56 is in an area where it takes much mormony to repair those streets than would be necessary in it was done sooner. transit crowding, the mta has provided information as to which lines are currently over crowded and are over capacity and these two charts shows that over the next 25 years or so, many of these existing lines are going to be over crowding many more than we currently have. the fleet of good repair, it's -- we are not replacing and overhauling our
happen not broker i've been since 1992 and way before one year before i graduate from cal state with a b f degree in finance. right after i grate i've been a full-time realtor and i've focused on san francisco for real estate. and joining a couple of the local firms including firm tran and johnny is my coworker. and after that so i had an opportunity to open my own broeshlg firm and now i have another brokerage firm opened. under 1 hundred percent of ownership. i have experience from ail those years from the economy going up and down and also i also managing more than almost thirty units including condominiums and commercial throughout the city. also focusing in financial district all the condos all the ones downtown and including the listening no one towers and also i'm so grateful to have the opportunity to represent the investors to purchase two development sites in san francisco. one is in pacific you heights the lubrication reduce - we're getting the building permits and it's broken ground in 2 to 3 months arrest also, we have another one coming up in selma the united states about 6
. the project will serve local and inter city local buses and anchor the downtown extension of cal train and high speed rail once it's fully built. it's an expensive and complex project and not without challenges like filling up the gap. i know that commissioner kim as chair and the tj board are going through the phases of the project and we're working on a strategy to close the phase 1 funding short fall. this project funding contributions reflect the significance of the project from the medical state and regional level. about 39 percent is from the federal state and 21 from the regional and the remaining 40 san francisco and to be determined sources. looking ahead toward phase 2, i like to work with tjta and the mayor's office to better its project as it is not and should not be considered a san francisco financial lift. the current funding plan which is still under development and requires advocate, it shows the federal state contribution of 52 percent and local shares of 12 percent and 30 percent respectfully. finally in october i met with ben, the executive director of the manage
question it's understood that the cal pacific hospital has applied for a lot of money to build a replacement hospital because it's seismically unsafe. if we had a big earthquake today in san francisco, the capacity. >> there are three questions. >> my third question, where would the emergency u.s. navy ship, a floating hospital ship dock in all the piers were given up along the waterfront? >> so i do have them here. >> and i'm giving all of these to you and there is a history in san francisco, where there are a lot of political appointees to igsignificant things like emergency response and i would hate to see that done again. >> thank you, mr. hanson. >> my question is what is san francisco doing? >> thank you very much for being here. i will make a commitment in public to meet with you offline to make sure that i have the information just the way you wanted it to be presented and question have staff go over it. we appreciate your time today. any other public comment? seeing none, public comment is now closed and madame secretary will you read the items to go over in las
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